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Attention Ford Model T Enthusiasts :)


ModelTMitch

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Hi again Members!

I thought I'd share something special - my dedicated Model T website...

http://www.fordmodelt.net/

I put together this site to bring together all that's great about the Ford Model T, built between 1908 and 1927.

If you own a Ford Model T, want to own one, know someone who does, or just love old cars in general, then this is the site for you!

The site contains...

  • Model T manuals and spec sheets,
  • Links to parts suppliers,
  • Links to vehicle import services I've used
  • How to drive the Model T
  • Model T specifications
  • A biography of Henry Ford
  • Model T Videos
  • Plus heaps more!

My 1925 Model T

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Flivver, are you the guy in the Model T videos Magoo posted last week? I have enjoyed those as much as anything I've watched in a long time.

I think sometimes I'd like to have one but I'd hate to get it and it just sit. A local longtime AACA member died recently and I believe he had a T. I might keep an eye out when his widow has his estate sale.

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Rocketraider, the Model T Ford Club International has chapters in Virginia, West Virginia, North Carolina, Tennessee and DC. If you buy a good running T and a lightweight trailer, and enjoy driving, I can virtually guarantee that your T won't "just sit". And, if your T has a brass radiator, you can add Horseless Carriage Club tours to your available activities. Your problem will be finding time to stay home and do the laundry!

Gil Fitzhugh, Morristown, NJ

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